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Tuberous drosera ID - part 2

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I decided to open another thread because too many pics on a single topic may became difficult to open for some browsers or internet connections.

Here again a few pics of unidentified tuberous drosera, those are easy:

The first one is easy: I think it is D. erythrorhiza ssp erythrorhiza:

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The second one is D. peltata but which subspecies?

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I have no idea on what the 3rd and 4th plants are:

3:

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the 4th plant is not developing more than this so any guess would really help me a lot!

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Thanks in advance for any suggestion!

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1= D. erythrorhiza ssp. erythrorhiza or var. imbecilia

2= D. aff. peltata WA form.

3= D. erythrorhiza ssp. magna (right) and possibly ssp. squamosa (left). A bit too young to know for sure.

4= D. gigantea ssp. gigantea

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thank you very much!

the number 3 is always the same plant at different stages of development.

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LAST PLANTS TO ID!

Here are some more plants to ID:

1: f3t8vm.jpg

2: 2njvvx5.jpg

3: dbh45.jpg

thanks again in advance for your help!

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1= D. porrecta

2= difficult to say. The colour of the tuber is unusual for a rosetted species. Are you sure that it is from the plant pictured?

3= form of D. erythrorhiza. Very difficult to say for sure which form as it is immature.

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That's the second best "plain whorl" I've seen on this forum!

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thanks again for your reply!

2= difficult to say. The colour of the tuber is unusual for a rosetted species. Are you sure that it is from the plant pictured?

I'm 100% sure. All the tubers has been classified with an alphanumeric code as you can see in the pic on my first post: Tuberous drosera identification - part 1

The B pot is this one, all the plants are easy to identify, the misterious one is B4 and it's yellow tubered:

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